The efforts to encourage the world’s governments to take action to try to slow global warming is becoming ever more intense. Besides planning on reducing or eventually ceasing the manufacture of gas driven cars and the burning of all fossil fuel by a certain date, the search continues for a new form of energy with which we can power our lives. The obvious solution is electricity, but the means to generate it without the current issues attached to that is proving difficult - and storing it at an economical price remains an obstinately intractable problem.
So why is it that we still can’t persuade any of the world's scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs or wealthy investors to take an unbiased look at the evidence of Johann Bessler’s wheel, and realise that the problem of global warming might just lie within this simple mechanical device? The answer is always the same; gravity is not an energy source. How many times have you read that? Too many!
Of course it’s true, but it is still used as an energy source indirectly. Everything which involves a motion which relies on gravity needs a system such as rain to replenish what ever has fallen i.e., water, or it has to be lifted back to its starting point, weights. There are lots of way this is done, and by doing this we use gravity as an energy source - yes I know....indirectly.
Bessler’s wheel also used gravity but was able to lift the fallen weights back up ready to fall again. Another concept we’ve all read over and over again! At some point Bessler’s wheel will reappear and everyone will say, ‘of course, it’s obvious, why did no one think of that before?’ Why indeed. It’s not for want of trying, and if the world at large did not laugh at our pathetic attempts to create a perpetual motion machine like Johann Bessler’s, we who inhabit this niche world would be more forthcoming in public, whereas we only have each other at this time.
When I flew to Rome to be interviewed for RA1 TV, I was talked to on a one to one basis, but when the documentary came out there were several experts shown who gave their views on my interview and basically dismissed Bessler’s claims along with myself and the rest of us. We need a documentary done by someone who is open to the suggestion that Bessler’s claims need to be re-examined and the evidence of his success reviewed. I’m sure it would grab a lot of attention and maybe focus the minds of those who might be interested in financing legitimate professional researchers with a laboratory full of engineers using the best equipment.